Foundation / Corporation
Grants to British Columbia nonprofit organizations, primarily in the Lower Mainland region, to strengthen communities in the areas of education, workforce development, veteran services, and underserved youth. LOIs are due by April 28. Applicants must contact program staff before submitting LOIs. Grantmaking strategies include:
1) Our Future: Tomorrow’s Innovators
Goal: Create cradle to career pathways to strengthen and diversify the pipeline of skilled workers entering today’s dynamic labor market.
-Early Learning: Increase the number of kindergartners who are ready for school, particularly in mathematics.
-Primary & Middle School: Generate interest and sustained participation in STEM disciplines through hands-on, experiential learning.
-High School: Graduate more students who are ready to enter STEM related or other high demand careers and/or STEM focused post-secondary education.
-Workforce Preparation: Prepare veterans, under-skilled adults and young adults for living wage jobs in high-demand sectors.
2) Our Heroes Veterans & Families
Goal: Build better lives for veterans, service members and their families.
-Workforce Transition: Invest in high-quality training and skill development programs for veterans and their families.
-Recovery and Rehabilitation: Support hands-on recovery programs focusing on the following: Post-Traumatic Stress; moral and physical injuries; and veteran suicide prevention.
3) Our Home: Dynamic Communities: Strengthening Opportunity for Underserved Youth
Goal: Make an impact on both the health and economic well-being of one of the most disenfranchised demographics of the Lower Mainland, in British Columbia.
Boeing Vancouver aims to support programs that are aimed at empowering at-risk and disadvantaged youth to develop themselves despite their disparaging situations.
Boeing is keen to support organizations and programs that:
-Provide the necessary steps towards successful independence
-Address the gaps in government’s current healthcare or social service systems
-Instill and promote a strong foundation of learning and basic life-skills to thrive in adulthood
Boeing Vancouver supports and makes investments to advance the work of organizations focused on Tomorrow’s Innovators, Veterans & Families engagement, and enriching & empowering underserved youth in British Columbia, with focus on the Lower Mainland.
GrantWatch ID#: 154943
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Jean Capuno-Tan, Community Investor
Canada: British Columbia: Lower Mainland;
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